Friday, 21st September 2018. 12:04:03pm ET
Reviews CD Reviews Alternative, Indie Rock The Bourbon Knights- A BLACK SPOT, Thirteen Coils and Fifteen Men
The Album, a BLACK SPOT, thirteen coils & fifteen men, by The Bourbon Knights are one of my all time favorite albums. This band based out of southern Illinois defies being categorized quite honestly, but it consists of a combination of Punk, folk rock, acoustic, goth, and very very pirate; boiling down to being quite an alternative album of sorts. The Bourbon Knights consist of 12-13 members, which play a wide range of instrumentation, including the following: mandolin, banjo, fiddle, acoustic and electric guitars, bass, drums, vocals, and lots of chorus. This is a band I would love to see live. The bourbon Knights are fine quality pirate music more than anything, and if the Pirates of the Caribbean make another movie, they would be perfect for the soundtrack.

My favorite song on this album is 15 Men, also Coal Black Smith, St. James Infirmary, and Irish Rover. This is the kind of album where every single track is amazing; there is not one song that is bla. They sing about booze, ships, guns, murder, funerals, graveyards… does it get any better than this? In addition, this is one of those bands that makes me really want to drink lots of shots of hard booze… gee, I wonder why that may be? In addition, they have a fun sense of humor; some of their tracks are comical. I can’t say enough good things about this album, except you must seriously check it out.


 


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